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Elkridge Artist Finds Fun in Vivid Expression

Not all egg decorations are for Easter. Wendy Ng makes sure to showcase a vivid range of design through artistic expression.

Late Maryland Congressman Honored by the University of Maryland

The late Maryland 7th District Congressman, Parren Mitchell, was honored with the re-naming of the Art-Sociology building at the University of Maryland.

Youths From State Juvenile Facilities Participate In Contest At The Maryland Court Of Appeals

The Maryland Judiciary hosts an Oratorical Contest featuring juveniles from Department of Juvenile Justice facilities around the state.

2005 Student Built Solar House Still Standing Ten Years Later

10 years after the Solar Decathlon in 2005, the students who built the house made sure to give it a life beyond the competition.

Hockey Growing in Maryland as Washington Capitals, Ovechkin Make Waves In NHL

Ask youth league directors, rink coordinators, shop owners and anyone associated else with ice hockey why the sport is growing in Maryland and the answer is the same: The Washington Capitals and Alexander Ovechkin.

Edwards Gets Montgomery County Endorsements

Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Fort Washington, earned endorsements from former Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan and State Sen. Karen Montgomery, D-Montgomery, on Tuesday, her first from Maryland’s most populous county.

Metro Roundup: A Bridge Collapse, a Fence Fight and a New Start

Metro can’t seem the catch a break from week to week. Despite the positive news at the beginning of the week with the debut of the transit agency’s latest set of rail cars, Wednesday saw major delays following a bridge collapse.

Maryland Congressional Races Reach First Fundraising Benchmark

With the release of campaign fundraising reports Wednesday night, the races for Congressional seats in Prince George’s and Montgomery Counties reached their first important benchmark.

Edwards Endorsed by Prince George’s County Council Majority

Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Fort Washington, received important in-state endorsements Wednesday morning in the race to replace retiring Sen. Barbara Mikulski.

Franchot Calls For Attorney General Probe After Debacle Over Baltimore Prison-Food Contract

The Maryland Board of Public Works Wednesday excoriated state and company officials after a prison-food contract granted earlier this year vastly underestimated the necessary costs.